SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, 11AM-12:30PM
*RAIN DATE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH!
AT SERAPHIM FARMS
6150 Northern Boulevard, East Norwich, NY 11732
Theodore's Books and CANA Foundation invite you to a special children's event at the Serafim Horse Farm with special guest Dr. Ross from the American Museum of Natural History reading his book, Cello Comes Home.
- Meet Cello the horse! Get his autograph and take a photo with Cello.
- Experience what it is like to take care of a horse on a real working horse farm!
- Bring your picnic blanket! Dr. Ross will read from his book Cello Comes Home.
A special invitation to The Schools of Saint Dominic.
Admission for this event is $20 and includes one copy of Cello Comes Home with admission for one child and one adult. Accompanying guests can attend for an additional $5.00, collected at the door, which will be donated to CANA Foundation.
Secure your spot for the event and purchase a copy of Cello Comes Home by adding it to your cart below!
Heading west on Northern Blvd / 25A past Rothmann's Steakhouse on the right.
Continue on 25A up the hill through the light, past the Messina Market Plaza staying in the left lane.
Move to the left turning lane past Saint Dominic's sports fields, see the next driveway with a cluster of mailboxes and a brick pillar and balloons.
Make a left at the brick pillar, and follow the road bearing hard left at the fork down a narrow driveway. Continue down and see barn on the left.
Take Northern Blvd / 25A East past LIU Post and continue down past the Old Brookville police staton and Heritage Farm & Garden.
Stay in the right lane and drive past Blue Star Farms. Keep going past a yellow house on the right and you'll see a fire hydrant, brick pillar, a cluster of mailboxes, and balloons.
Make a right down this road, and follow the road bearing hard left at the fork down a narrow driveway. Continue down and see barn on the left.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Join celebrated children's author, Simon Mills and Dr. Ross MacPhee, Senior Curator, Department of Mammalogy, Division of Vertebrate Zoology Professor Emeritus, Richard Gilder Graduate School, American Museum of Natural History on a rewilding adventure that opens eyes and hearts. This true story follows the horse’s journey over ten thousand years to a modern-day stallion named Cello who leads us to explore the science of rewilding planet Earth. The reading level (lexile) of Cello Comes Home is age 11 - 14 (grade 4 - 6) but parents reading these books to children aged 3 - 7 (K - 2) can strengthen literacy and vocabulary significantly in their young minds. This is due to the power of rhyme as a literacy builder.
PLEASE NOTE: All books signed at this event must be purchased from Theodore's Books. If you purchase your book in advance of the event, please save your receipt.